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Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 1

Study the following graph and answer the questions that follow.
Number of Appeared Candidates and Passed Candidates (in hundreds) in a test from seven different Institutions


Q. What is the difference between the number of candidates appeared from institutions B, C, D and F together and candidates passed from institutions A, E and G together?

Detailed Solution for Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 1

Required difference:-

=> ( 14+7+12+6) -(12+12+5) 

=>  39 - 29 = 10 hundred 

=> 1000

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 2

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Number of Appeared Candidates and Passed Candidates (in hundreds) in a test from seven different Institutions

Q. What is the average number of candidates passed from all the institutions together?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 3

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Number of Appeared Candidates and Passed Candidates (in hundreds) in a test from seven different Institutions

Q. The number of candidates passed from institutions C and E together is approximately what percentage of the total number of candidates appeared from institutions A and G together?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 4

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Number of Appeared Candidates and Passed Candidates (in hundreds) in a test from seven different Institutions

Q. From which institution is the difference between the appeared candidates and passed candidates the maximum?

Detailed Solution for Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 4

Correct answer is C. 
In D institution, Appeared Candidates are 12
Passed Candidate are 4
So, the difference between the appeared candidates and passed candidates = 8.
Difference between the appeared candidates and passed candidates the maximum in D institution.

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 5

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Number of Appeared Candidates and Passed Candidates (in hundreds) in a test from seven different Institutions


Q. What is the ratio of the number of candidates who have failed Institution B to the number of candidates who have appeared from institution F?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 6

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Number of flights (in hundreds) cancelled in five different sates during six different years

Q. What was the respective ratio between the number of flights cancelled in Rajasthan in the year 2006 and number of flights cancelled in West Bengal in the year 2009?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 7

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Number of flights (in hundreds) cancelled in five different sates during six different years

Q. What was the average number of flights cancelled in all the state together in the year 2008?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 8

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Number of flights (in hundreds) cancelled in five different sates during six different years

Q. What is the difference between the number of flights cancelled in Assam in the year 2007 and the total number of flights cancelled din Rajasthan in the year 2005, 2007 and 2008 together?        

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 9

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Number of flights (in hundreds) cancelled in five different sates during six different years

Q. In which state the number of flights cancelled continuously increased during the years 2004 to 2009?      

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 10

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Number of flights (in hundreds) cancelled in five different sates during six different years

Q. Number of flights cancelled in Haryana in the year 2004 was what percent of the total number of flights  cancelled in Punjab over all the years together?              

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 11

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Water level of four major Rivers (in metres) in four different Months
Water level of four Rivers


Q. What was the respective ratio between the water level of River – C in September and the water level of River – B in June?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 12

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Water level of four major Rivers (in metres) in four different Months
Water level of four Rivers

Q. If the danger level of all the four rivers is above 215 m, which river has not crossed the danger level in August   but has crossed the danger level in July?   

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 13

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Water level of four major Rivers (in metres) in four different Months
Water level of four Rivers

Q. What is the average water level of River –A in all the four months together?    

Detailed Solution for Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 13

The correct answer is C, average water level of river A = (196+205+230+212)/4 = 210.75 m,

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 14

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Water level of four major Rivers (in metres) in four different Months
Water level of four Rivers


Q. In which river and in which month respectively the water level is highest?  

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 15

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Water level of four major Rivers (in metres) in four different Months
Water level of four Rivers

Q. If the water level of River-A in July is decreased by 20%, then what will be the water level of River-A in July         

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 16

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Number of Students Appeared (A) and Failed (F) in Five
Classes of a school over the years

Q. What is the number of passed students for all the classes together in the year 2007?

Detailed Solution for Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 16

The correct answer is C as the calculation is shown below
VI=72-12=60
VII=76-7=69
VIII=84-5=79
IX=80-5=75
X=72-5=67
TOTAL = 60+69+79+75+67=350

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 17

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Number of Students Appeared (A) and Failed (F) in Five
Classes of a school over the years

Q. What is the average number of failed students from Class VIII for the given years?    

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 18

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Number of Students Appeared (A) and Failed (F) in Five
Classes of a school over the years

Q. What is the ratio of the total number of passed students to total number of failed students for the year 2005?  

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 19

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Number of Students Appeared (A) and Failed (F) in Five
Classes of a school over the years

Q. What is the total percentage of passed students of Class IX from all the years together? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)

Detailed Solution for Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 19

no of student who passed in 9 th class exam = 74 +79+70+71+74+80+81=529
total no of students=passed + fail =529 +8+6+7+4+10+5+9=578
 so passing  percentage=529/578=91.52

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 20

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Number of Students Appeared (A) and Failed (F) in Five
Classes of a school over the years


Q. 
Which of the following classes has the minimum number of passed students over the years?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 21

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Monthly expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent, Food, Children’s education, Clothes and Traveling

Q. What is the total monthly expenditure made by D on rent, B on clothes and E on traveling together?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 22

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Monthly expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent, Food, Children’s education, Clothes and Traveling

Q. What is the average monthly expenditure on food by all the people together?    

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 23

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Monthly expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent, Food, Children’s education, Clothes and Traveling

Q. Whose monthly expenditure on all the heads together is the lowest among them?      

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 24

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Monthly expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent, Food, Children’s education, Clothes and Traveling

Q. If the monthly expenditure of C on Children’s education is increased by 5%, then what will be his yearly  expenditure on Children’s education?  

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 25

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Monthly expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent, Food, Children’s education, Clothes and Traveling

Q. What is the ratio of the monthly expenditure made by A on traveling to the monthly expenditure made by D on clothes?   

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 26

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No. of candidates (in thousands) different Qualified in the written test for admission to two different institutions

Q. What was the ratio of the number of candidates qualified in the written test in the year 2002 for admission to  institution B to the number of candidates qualified in the written test in the year 2006 for admission to  institution A?

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 27

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No. of candidates (in thousands) different Qualified in the written test for admission to two different institutions

Q. What was the approximate average number of candidates qualified in the written test for admission to  institution B over all the years?    

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 28

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No. of candidates (in thousands) different Qualified in the written test for admission to two different institutions

Q. In which year was the total number of candidates qualified in the written test for admission to both the institutions together the second highest?    

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 29

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No. of candidates (in thousands) different Qualified in the written test for admission to two different institutions

What is the difference between the total number of candidates qualified in written test in year 2006 for admission to institution A and B together and the number of candidates qualified in written test in year 2003 for admission to institution A ?

Detailed Solution for Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 29

Required difference 

= [(4+5) - 3.5] thousand 

= 5500

Test: Data Interpretation- 1 - Question 30

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No. of candidates (in thousands) different Qualified in the written test for admission to two different institutions

Q. What was the total number of candidates qualified in the written test for admission to institution A over all the years together?   

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